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Is your website ADA & WCAG Compliant?

Many New Jersey restaurants are being sued for not adhering to disability regulations on their websites. These regulations include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Below are the key steps that most NJRHA Members will need to take to ensure full ADA and WCAG compliances, and how NJRHA partner Princeton Strategic Communications can help your business ensure compliance.

How to Meet Website Compliance Regulations

There are many plugins that can be installed on websites to verify ADA and WCAG compliance. However, these plugins do not make the necessary changes to ensure full compliance. Websites may need to be redesigned, partially or fully, to adhere to the long list of guidelines set forward by the ADA and WCAG. The extent of work that needs to be done will vary based on how the site was initially designed, then edited. For example, many restaurants offer online ordering, and many accessibility plugins do not sync with some online sales platforms. Often restaurant owners will save money by opting for a full redesign of their site that includes ADA/WCAG 2.1 compliance, as opposed to attempting minor adjustments throughout the existing site.

Offer to NJRHA Members

The Princeton Strategic Communications Team is well versed in website design, ADA, and WCAG 2.1 guidelines, have a long record of success in working with the NJRHA, and have over 20 years of experience in successfully owning and running restaurants. NJRHA members will receive:

  • A free, no obligation, 30 minute consultation to ascertain your needs
  • Full website redesigns including full ADA/WCAG 2.1 compliance amoritized over 12 months


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